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James Longo, M.D., F.A.C.C.

James Longo, M.D., F.A.C.C

Medical Director & Adjunct Instructor
Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 

 

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Mary Springston, MS, Ed, RPA-C

Mary Springston, M.S. Ed., PA-C

Clinical Associate Professor & Director/Chair
Coyne Science Center Annex 310
(315) 445-4745 | springme@lemoyne.edu

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Lynn-Beth Satterly, M.D.

Lynn-Beth Satterly, M.D., M.S.

Professor of Practice - Clinical Year & Coyne Science Center 311
(315) 445-4129 | Satterl@lemoyne.edu

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Anthony Vinciquerra,  M.D., D.F.A.P.A

Anthony Vinciquerra, M.D., D.F.A.P.A

Academic Coordinator & Director of Medical Humanities

Coyne Science Center Annex 308
(315) 445-4737 | vincianj@lemoyne.edu

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Dr. Vinciquerra graduated from Le Moyne College in 1972 on a four-year Brady Memorial Scholarship, receiving the H. Paul Nelligan Medal in Pure Science at graduation.

 

Immediately following, he continued his studies at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army Medical Service Corps on an Army Health Professions Scholarship.

 

Dr. Vinciquerra received his MD from Upstate in 1976 and holding the rank of Captain, went on to do his military residency training in Neuropsychiatry at Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Augusta, Georgia. Completing that in 1980, he obtained Diplomate Status of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1982, concurrent with his promotion to Major, US Army Medical Corps.

 

Major Vinciquerra then served as Combat Psychiatrist for the 24th Infantry Division Rapid Deployment Force, and was later Chief of Psychiatry at Ft. Stewart Army Medical Hospital, Georgia, through 1983.

 

He returned to Syracuse as a Reservist and was appointed faculty to the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, Upstate Medical Center. In 1990, he was reactivated for Operation Desert Storm and served as Combat Casualty Liaison Officer at Ft. Benning, Georgia through 1991.

 

During the summers of 1991 and 1992, Major Vinciquerra worked on the AIDS Research Unit of Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He has received several military recognitions, including the National Defense Ribbon with Bronze Star, for the Persian Gulf War.

 

As a civilian in 2003, Dr. Vinciquerra was appointed "Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association." He served as Director of Acute Inpatient Psychiatry at the Syracuse VA Medical Center where he practiced for 17 years until his federal retirement in 2008.  He remains Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Upstate Medical University

 

Dr. Vinciquerra joined Le Moyne College DPAS full-time in 2008. He is currently Academic Coordinator of Physician Assistant Studies.  In 2009 and again in 2010, he received a national recognition award for one of “America’s Top Psychiatrists.” 

 

In 2012, he became Director of Medical Humanities as well as continuing in his role as Academic Coordinator for DPAS.  In 2013, he was awarded the Julia and Thomas Lanigan Distinguished Chair in Medicine and Ethics at Le Moyne College.

 

Dr Vinciquerra is also medical liaison for Le Moyne DPAS to the Community Health Centers of Central Wyoming, where he and a select number of students spend summers working in rural, primary care settings with underserved populations.

 

Dr. Vinciquerra is a member of the American Psychiatric Association and its component HIV Education Program in Arlington, Virginia. He has worked and written medical education material for and with the APA since 1995, including variations of handbooks and practice guidelines.  In 2014, he reviewed Johns Hopkins material that will be incorporated into the New York State Guidelines for treating HIV/AIDS patients who also suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

  

Rebecca Brown, RPA-C

Rebecca Brown, M.P.A.S., PA-C

Assistant Coordinator
Coyne Science Center Annex 301
(315) 445-5439 | brownrg@lemoyne.edu

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Elizabeth Mercer, MPAS, RPA-C

Elizabeth Mercer, M.P.A.S, PA-C

Clinical Technician - Simulation Training - Problem Based Learning Facilitator
Coyne Science Center Annex 314
(315) 445-4745 | mercerew@lemoyne.edu

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William Holmes, Ph.D.

William Holmes, Ph.D.

Research Coordinator

Associate Professor of PA Studies and Psychology
Coyne Science Center Annex 306
(315) 445-4160 | holmes@lemoyne.edu

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Elizabeth Cappelletti, RPA-C

Elizabeth Cappelletti, M.S. Ed., PA-C

Clinical Coordinator
Coyne Science Center Annex 305
(315) 445-4701 | cappelem@lemoyne.edu

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Ed Wolfe, RPA-C

Edward Wolfe, PA-C

Assistant Clinical Coordinator & Physical Diagnosis Laboratory
Coyne Science Center Annex 303B
(315) 445-4135| wolfeeg@lemoyne.edu

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Sheila Faulkner

Sheila A. Faulkner

Administrative Assistant
Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 | faulknsa@lemoyne.edu

 

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Rosalyn M. Carroll

Rosalyn M. Carroll

Staff Assistant
Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-5434 | carrolrm@lemoyne.edu

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Rosalyn joined the Department of Physician Assistant Studies Office as a Staff Assistant in the Fall of 2011.  In addition to juggling a wide variety of administrative duties for the Department, she is an integral member of the Clinical Year Team.

Education:

Graduate Coursework Completed towards MLS - Library and Information Science, San Jose State University (2012 - Current)

B.A.         Harper College SUNY Binghamton, Theatre Arts  (1975)

A.A.S.      Herkimer County Community College, Para-Legal Studies (1979)

Special Interests:

  • Published Contributor ~ Syracuse Poster Project
  • Literacy Tutor Volunteer ~ Literacy CNY
  • Actor ~ Cazenovia College Theatre Company
  • Volunteer ~ CNY Jazz Arts Foundation, Syracuse Stage
  • Web ~ Rozzie's Rags by RosalynCarroll on Etsy
  • Enjoys ~ being a mom, traveling, walking and bike riding along the Erie Canal, reading great fiction, playing the piano, crafting and sewing.

 A Favorite Lifelong Learning Quote:

“Finding your way doesn’t mean you always know where you’re going.  It’s knowing how to find your way back home that’s important.” - Clare Vanderpool, Navigating Early

  

 

Raymond A. Jannetti, M.D.

Raymond A. Jannetti, M.D.

Adjunct Instructor - Problem Based Learning Facilitator
Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 

 

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Education:

B.S. Psychology, Georgetown University 1980

M.D. SUNY Upstate Medical Center 1984

Internship:

Internal Medicine, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford, CT 1985

Residency:

Anesthesiology, St Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse, NY 1987

Family Medicine, St Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse, NY 2005

Board Certifications:

American Board of Anesthesiology

American Board of Family Medicine

American Board of Addiction Medicine

Current Practice:

Cayuga Emergency Physicians, LLP

Tully Hill Chemical Dependency Treatment Center

  

Raelynn Killian, MS, RPA-C

Raelyn Killian, M.S., PA-C

Adjunct Instructor - Problem Based Learning

Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 | KilliaRM@lemoyne.edu

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Education:

M.S. Physician Assistant Studies at Lemoyne College, Syracuse NY

B.S. Cytotechnology Upstate Medical Center

Adjunct Instructor PA Program Lemoyne College

Adjunct Instructor School of Cytology

 

 

Specialties:

Currently working in family practice with St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center.

Previously was a family practice PA for three years in an underserved community.

Has also practiced as hospitalist and nocturnist at Community General Hospital and as a Per Diem Emergency Room PA.

  

Emad Awa, MD

Marc Maller, M.D.

Adjunct Instructor - Pharmacology & Board Review
Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 | mallerm@lemoyne.edu

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Linda Mandanas, MD, FAAFP

Linda Mandanas, M.D., F.A.A.F.P

Adjunct Instructor - Clinical Medicine

Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 | mandanl@lemoyne.edu

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Michael Mastroleo, RPA-C

Michael Mastroleo, PA-C

Adjunct Instructor -  Physical Diagnosis Laboratory
Coyne Science Center Annex 312
(315) 445-4745 | mastroma@lemoyne.edu

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Amy Roberson, M.S., PA-C

 

Amy Roberson, M.S., PA-C

Adjunct Instructor - Problem Based Learning Facilitator

Coyne Science Center Annex 312

(315) 445-4745 | Monfial@lemoyne.edu

 

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